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  1. Item: ASUS RT-AC87U Dual Band 802.11ac and 802.11n Wireless router Location: Bayside, Melbourne Price: $95 + postage Item Condition: Very Good Reason for selling: No longer required Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, or Bank transfer Extra Info: Bought new by me, this ASUS wireless router is very highly regarded combining excellent functionality with class-leading performance. The router is dual band, operating at 2.4GHz and 5GHz and supports 802.11ac, 802.11n and 802.11bg with a separate high-gain antenna for each of the four spatial data streams. It features a 4x4 MIMO antenna design with beamforming for high network performance and wide coverage. I will perform a factory reset before shipping, but will make sure the firmware is the latest release. Full details can be found at https://www.asus.com/au/Networking/RTAC87U/ This router will work effectively with NBN providers who allow customers to supply their own router having a WAN port suitable for connection to the NBN-supplied connection box. It can also be used as a wireless range extender in an existing wireless setup. I don't have the original box, but I will package well for posting. It will be supplied with all the original box contents: ASUS RT-AC87U router 240V ASUS power adapter Quick Start Guide (please note I have written notes on one page as shown below) Ethernet cable Please don't be concerned with the red light showing in the first photograph. This light indicates internet status, and the router wasn't connected to the internet. Photos:
  2. I have just moved house (as an aside despite promised ADSL2 + am still on ADSL). For no extra cost I received a new Telstra Smart Modem, which works fine. In my previous house I used a Netgear modem and a Linksys AC1900. The latter was quite usefull for remote management as well as smartphone management. Question please: Do I now just stick with the Telstra modem/router or is it worth it to install the Linksys Router?
  3. Hi, My home setup is going to need a change soon, as NBN will soon be connected. Currently I use ADSL2+, with the modem router sitting in my study with wired connections to a NAS, a PC, a Mac Mini and endpoint (Sonore microRendu) for streaming. The NAS has my music rip collection, and I use Roon. Wirelessly I connect to streamers for Home Theatre room and stereo room. Multiple wireless devices (Aries Mini, Apple TV, Google Chromecast etc). Basically study upstairs (headphones / active desktop speakers), AV/music listening downstairs. When NBN gets set up soon (HFC for me) it will come into the house and come in close to the HT living room. Supplied wireless modem router is Huawei HG659 from iinet. So... I'm after suggestions. Fibre or ethernet cable my house internally. Use Huawei as modem only and employ a decent switch. Move NAS to HT room (noisy) to be wired connection Put wireless access point in the study with multiple LAN ports, and leave the NAS in the study Mesh networks for better coverage (e.g. Google Wifi, Netgear Orbi)? I'm mostly concerned because ISP provided routers are often rubbish. I'm especially wanting to have the internal network robust for when I stream my ripped music, and avoid unnecessary wireless hops to reach the router/switch.
  4. Item: Netgear Nighthawk R8000 X6 AC3200 router Location: Melbourne SE Price: $180 + postage (if required) Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: No longer required Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: This unit was bought a year ago, but was only used for 6months with an old Netgear cable modem. It was packed away for a move and was just recently recovered :). At the new place,Telstra provided an ADSL Gateway Max modem with 2.4 & 5Ghz wifi. The 6x antennas, WiFi strength and range just c#$p's over the Gateway max and will suit bigger houses/double storey living areas. I have the original box, receipt, power pack and CAT5e cable that came with it. I can post it if required, if you pay for shipping. Pictures:
  5. Item: Various Bits of Network Gear that have all been replaced Location: Melbourne SE Suburbs Price: Various Item Condition: All in good condition, can supply additional photos on request. Reason for selling: No longer used, we've swapped out all the old stuff for updated Router, LR Access Point and Faster Powerline gear. Payment Method: Cash on Pickup (CBD or Melbourne SE Suburbs), PayPal Extra Info: All these items have at some stage been used in our smoke-free home but over time have been replaced by updated gear. Happy to consider sensible offers on any of these items as the Home-CEO really just wants me to clear stuff out. I can post things if required at buyer's expense, many items have their original boxes and will be posted in those, anything else will be securely wrapped and sent. If you want to know if I have the original box for something please ask and I'll confirm. Items for sale are: Netgear D6300 WiFi DSL Modem Router (http://www.netgear.com.au/home/products/networking/modem-routers/D6300.aspx) : $75 (Do not have original box) SOLD Bigpond Premium ADSL Home Network Gateway : Free! (Donation to SNA appreciated...) D-Link DAP-1522 Wireless Bridge / Access Point (https://www.dlink.com.au/business-solutions/DAP-1522-wireless-n600-dual-band-media-bridge) : $25 SOLD ELSEWHERE TP-Link TL-WR841N Wireless N Router (http://www.tp-link.com.au/products/details/TL-WR841N.html) : $20 (Used for ~15 minutes as part of new broadband install this week!) Kogan AC-750 Wireless Repeater/Acces Point (https://www.kogan.com/au/buy/kogan-wireless-ac-range-extender/) : $20 GONE TO A GOOD HOME TP-Link TL-R600VPN VPN Router (http://www.tp-link.in/products/details/cat-4909_TL-R600VPN.html) : $50 2x Edimax HP-5101 500Mbps Powerline (http://www.edimax.com/edimax/merchandise/merchandise_detail/data/edimax/in/home_legacy_powerline/hp-5101/) : $20 the pair D-Link DHP-311AV Powerline 500Mbps & Wireless Starter Kit (http://www.dlink.com/uk/en/products/dhp-w311av-powerline-av-500-wireless-n--starter-kit) : $50 SOLD Photos: This is another 'victim' of the Home-CEO telling me I have to clear out the things we're no longer using...
  6. Item: Netgear Nighthawk AC1900 R7000 Wi-Fi Router Location: Melbourne inner east Price: $100 on pickup. Can post at buyers cost. Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: Replaced with the Netgear Orbi router and extender (which is more expensive). Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal Extra Info: note: No original box, just power supply and the device The device has a USB2 port on back and a USB3 port on the front to share harddrives on the network It has AC wifi 2.4 and 5GHZ, and 4 1Gig Ethernet ports Also selling a netgear range extender in a separate ad - Current retail price example: https://www.jbhifi.com.au/computers-tablets/networking/netgear/netgear-r7000-nighthawk-smart-wi-fi-router/523572/ (note there could be v1 and v2 etc) of course you can find cheaper than JB HIFI - Official specs: http://www.netgear.com/home/products/networking/wifi-routers/R7000.aspx?cid=wmt_netgear_organic#tab-techspecs
  7. Item: Netcomm NF10WVLocation: Melbourne CBD or Northern suburbsPrice: $30. $110 off retail - see hereItem Condition: Excellent Condition.Reason for selling: No longer requiredPayment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD OnlyExtra Info:I have owned this NBN approved modem router for about 3 months and it has performed faultlessly. It is upgraded to latest Netcomm firmware. This is a VDSL modem (for FTTN) and has dual voip inputs.
  8. So today I started to delve into computer audio streaming on a tiny budget I wanted to utilise my iPad 3 and the Apple TV with my DAC But how can it be done to access files stored on another storage devise Let's face it - Audiophiles have more music and in different formats that an iPad can handle So the questions were asked and as the information was absorbed the answer was simple If one has a more modern style of router -- That has at least one USB input -- Download an app ( free lite versions are available ) like 1) Remote File Manager or (2) File Explorer Have your router setup info ready - as in -- admin name & password Plug in either a USB stick or External Drive into the router USB input and your away You then have access to the entire information on that storage media - Audio, Text, PDF ect Choose the file to open contents You open an audio file and its list will be displayed Click track and it will play on the iPad via its own audio player ( see photo ) If you want to play its contents on your Hi Fi system you need to activate " Air Play" The Apple TV that is connected to a DAC will then take over and play the audio files So far I have had fantastic results But will test it further tomorrow Here is a screen shot of the onboard app audio player of Remote File
  9. Item 1: Netgear WNDR3700 (v1) Wifi N router with 4xGigabit Ethernet ports http://www.netgear.com.au/home/products/networking/wifi-routers/wndr3700.aspx Item 2: Netgear R6300 Wifi AC Router with 4xGigabit ethernet ports http://www.netgear.com.au/home/products/networking/wifi-routers/R6300.aspx Location: Richmond, Melbourne Price: Item 1: $10 (prefer local pickup, but can post) Item 2: $40 dollars (prefer local pickup, but can post) Item Condition: Both Items are used but work as expected Reason for selling: Unused as they have been replaced Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Direct Deposit Extra Info: No documentation of boxes, cables. Modem and the associated power supply Pictures: see netgear website
  10. Item: Bosch GMR1 Palm Router Location: Sprinvale 3171 or Melbourne CBD Price: $200 Item Condition: 10/10 pet free and smoke free household. This item has been opened but it has not been used! Tested and 100% working. Reason for selling: Bought this for a DIY speaker building project, ended up not using it. Payment Method: Cash on pickup, bank deposit for interstate mailing postage at buyer's expense - registered post is compulsory. Extra Info: Find out more information about this product here: http://www.bosch-pt.com.au/au/en/professional/power-tools/c131483/p21148/routers/gmr-1.html Features: GMR 1 Professional Robust aluminium base – durable, solid and precise Fast and precise depth setting for rough and fine adjustment Unique handle recesses for additional stability, especially when routing edges Practical front spindle lock on the motor for easy router bit changes with an open-ended spanner Quick-change system for easy locking of the motor in different basic units Palmgrip design – The most comfortable palm router in its class Angled cable outlet keeps cable out of the way
  11. hi guys, I have diy open baffle with eminence and beyma coax similar to emerald physic with minidsp, mark audio alpair 10 and 5 bookshelf, alpair 5 TL courtesy of henkjan over the diyaudio, during those build ive learn that one of the most significant factor to make the system special and worth to DIY is to make an essential and high performance bass modules or subwoofers. I purchased few TH plans from Bill Fitzmaurice, he is prob one of the few professional that give opportunity for diyers to make a high performance bass system with TH for pro and home theater, but considering the level of difficulty of the horns (flared and angled cut with different degrees) i have decided to start with something more simple and proven. This is why i chose LIlmike Anarchy TH, the thread itself on the other forums is one of the best thread to build TH and learn some basic hornresp and possibly akabak. So, after purchasing some tools , makita router and nail gun, and with the help of andrew to point me to the right glue for the TH, i started the build. here is some photos, enjoy!
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